POWER SPEAKING PS-ESL

PS-ESL

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POWER SPEAKING ESL specializes in intensive speaking through 1:1 classes and group classes. All classes are integrated to speaking which is very helpful to enhance students’ speaking skill to the higher level. Self-study program is optional to students. Classes can be customized depending on the student’s purpose of training.

STUDY ASSESSMENT SYSTEMLEVEL
RECOMMENDATION:
LEVEL 1-8
MONTHLY TESTVOCABULARY TESTTOEIC TEST
Every end of term
• Written Level Test
• Speaking Test
• Word List Vocabulary Test
• Monday to Friday (optional)
• TOEIC Mock Test
2x a month
(optional)
  • 1:1
    (4 Classes)
  • Group
    (4 Classes)
  • Special Group
    (2 Classes)
  • Vocabulary Test & Self Study
    (2 Hours)
  • 10 Classes +
    2 Hours of Self Study
PS ESL Classroom

PS-TOEIC

TOEIC PROGRAM (TEST OF ENGLISH FOR INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION)aims to help non – English speakers to acquire advance English communication skill in preparation for international business life or for English ability test (Standardized Test)

STUDY ASSESSMENT SYSTEMLEVEL
RECOMMENDATION:
LEVEL 1-8
MONTHLY TESTVOCABULARY TEST• TOEIC Vocabulary Test
• Monday to Friday
Every end of term
• Written Level Test
• Speaking Test
• Word List Vocabulary Test
• Monday to Friday (optional)
• TOEIC Mock Test
3x a week
  • 1:1
    (4 Classes)
  • Group
    (4 Classes)
  • Special Group
    (2 Classes)
  • Vocabulary Test(Mandatory)
    & Self Study(Optional)
    (2 Hours)
  • 10 Classes +
    2 Hours of Self Study
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Our TOEIC Program is unique compared to other academies and schools. In JIC, and because TOEIC Program is in PS, we prioritize fl exibility and to focus on not just TOEIC but also genral English, especially speaking. TOEIC Program combines classes from TOEIC together with other subjects in which the student may choose from.

1:1
(4 Classes)
TOEIC Speaking
(2 Classes)
Focuses on TOEIC Speaking Test (Optional)
Speaking
(2 Classes)
Focuses on Power Speaking English
6 Group
(6 Classes)
TOEIC Group
(4 Classes)
2 Classes – Reading Comprehension 2 Classes – Listening Comprehension
Special Group
(2 Classes)
2 Classes of any Special PS Group Classes
Mock TOEIC Test
Vocabulary Test
Mock TOEIC Test3x a week | 8:30PM-10:30PM (MWF)
Vocabulary TestWeekdays | 8:10PM-8:30PM

PS-Working Holiday

WORKING HOLIDAYis for students who want to improve their communication skills and prepare for employment and travel in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. The program familiarizes the students to resume writing, job interview and practical situations through JIC Self- developed Working Holiday Reference Materials.

PS-Working Holiday

Students who are enrolled in the Working Holiday Program will have the opportunity to choose, experience and train for one of the internships provided. Working Holiday Program offers Barista Training and Volunteer work.

STUDY ASSESSMENT SYSTEMLEVEL
RECOMMENDATION:
LEVEL 1-8
Job InterviewMONTHLY TESTVOCABULARY TEST
Every end of the term
• Job Interview Simulation
• Assessment
Every end of the term
• Written Level Test
• Speaking Test
• TOEIC Vocabulary Test
• Monday to Friday
  • 1:1
    (4 Classes)
  • Group(4 Classes)
    WH: 2 Classes
    + PS-ESL: 2 Classes
  • Special Group
    (2 Classes)
  • Vocabulary Test &
    Self Study
    Optional (2 Hours)
  • 10 Classes +
    2 Hours of Self Study

Barista Program

Barista Internship Program is held in Café Lusso, a top-of-the-line café. The students will be trained to make and create different concoctions of different variety of coffees, roast level, identifying taste, and many more suited for cafes.

Barista Internship Program

The Internship costs $40 if paid together with the registration. It will cost an additional P3000 if paid in the Philippines or P4000 for those who just wants to join and are not enrolled in the PS-WH program.

Volunteer Work

JIC proudly offers extra-curricular activities where students may volunteer to give a helping hand to either JIC made charitable programs, the Philippine government or renowned business who require extra labor force to a certain event.

Volunteer Work

Curriculum

1:1
(4 Classes)
Speaking I
Speaking II
Enhances student’s speaking profi ciency through intensive 1:1 classes. Consultation between the teacher and student happens to choose appropriate learning materials and subject in line with the student’s purpose, goal and level.
Group
(2 Classes)
ReadingBoosts reading skills by broadening their vocabulary and enhances interpretative skills.
ConversationLifts confi dence in speaking, strengthen practical vocabulary and enhances analytical and creative reasoning.
PronunciationLearning advance and academic vocabulary, improving listening and dictation, and enhancing pronunciation and sentence chunking.
CNNEnhance listening comprehension skills through advanced vocabulary study and repetition of sentences by watching and listening to news.
PatternAn application of grammar through intensive practice on sentence patterns and idioms.
GrammarUses different approaches in learning grammar. Activities ranges from easy to challenging while applying the grammar being learnt.
CompositionHeightens the writing skills by applying the grammar, vocabulary and composition skills learned.
Mandatory Group
TOEIC: 4 classes
TOEIC
Speaking II
Listening
Reading
Comprehension
Provides intensive training and review. Equips students with vocabulary, grammatical knowledge and familiarization of the different English accents and speeds to tackle the TOEIC test. TOEIC students must take TOEIC Mock Test three times a week. The results are reviewed in class.
Mandatory
Group
WH: 2 classes
Working HolidaySuitable for students planning to work abroad. Students will learn important facts of the different English nations and also learn how to make a resume, answer job interviews correctly and have the opportunity to intern/work in an esteemed café.
Evening
Programs
(Optional)
VocabularyVocabulary familiarization and tests are given from Monday to Friday for 2 weeks if applied for as it is optional.
Self StudyStudents are given designated seats to study and are strictly monitored by managers for 2 weeks if applied for as it is optional.

Certificate and Students Class Record

A certifi cate and a student’s class record are issued upon graduating as long as s/he has at least 90 % class attendance. Student’s class record includes class behavior, score and levels that shows his/her English level improvement and overall performance evaluated by the teachers.

Class Regulation

  1. All group classes are divided according to levels. A student should choose group classes according to his/herlevel.
  2. Four classes is the standard number of classes in a day. Total attendance is checked every 2 weeks.
  3. New students may add or change their subjects after 2 weeks.
  4. Students who apply for 5 classes must attend all 5 classes during 2 weeks.
  5. English zones are designated where speaking English is strictly enforced.
  6. Changing of schedule (add classes, change classes and change class schedule) is done every 2 weeks.
  7. 1 hour class is 45 minutes study and 10 minutes.
Weekday Time Schedule
6:30 – 7:30Breakfast
7:30–8:15Class
8:25–9:10Class
9:20–10:05Class
10:15–11:00Class
11:00–11:50Lunch
11:50–12:35Class
12:45–13:30Class
13:40–14:25Class
14:35–15:20Class
15:30–16:15Class
16:25–17:10Class
17:10–18:30Dinner
18:40–19:20Vocabulary Test
20:00–22:00Self-study (optional)